A touching moment During a downpour, a police officer shares his umbrella with some stray dogs.

Most animals find the sound of thunder and heavy rain to be unsettling, especially stray animals who lack a warm haven in a cozy home.

They had nothing else to do but endure the chilly streets’ constant rain, which soaks through their fur coat. It is a tragic sight to witness.

Thankfully, there are still plenty of nice people who are eager to assist these unfortunate animals and provide them with a place to stay during downpours.

In Kolkata, India, the streets have been inundated by torrential rains for the past few days, forcing people and animals to seek cover from the storm.

On Saturday, Constable Tarun Kumar Mandal of the police department was directing traffic on a busy street when he had some unexpected company. Two wet stray dogs came running up to him and settled under his umbrella.

Mandal thought it was only natural for him to assist the trembling dogs after seeing them. He continued to guide traffic while giving them a ride under his big umbrella. This generous act was documented on camera by a bystander and shared on social media, where it quickly gained popularity and won the hearts of many.

Everyone enjoyed seeing the cop and his “unexpected companions” go about their duties. The image was shared on Twitter by Kolkata Police, who dubbed it “Moment of the day.” The two grateful street dogs, however, were content to have located a place to shelter from the rain. And their expressions speak for themselves.

India has one of the highest rates of stray animals worldwide. According to A Dogs Love, there are 35–40 million stray dogs in this country.

The Kolkata police go above and beyond the call of duty to assist animals in need or simply provide them with a place to relax, even though there is still a long way to go in helping these animals.

Have you been touched by this officer’s kindness? You may always assist stray animals by contacting your neighborhood animal shelter.

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